Final Fantasy XV Map Size Detailed

In a vague-yet-exciting statement, Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV, has detailed just how big the map of Square Enix’s upcoming Japanese role-playing game will be.

Tabata spoke about the Episode Duscae demo and Final Fantasy XV on a recent episode of the  Active Time Report. Speaking about the demo, he mentioned that only a small amount of the Duscae region is accessible and that the region as a whole is much larger than the demo may let on.

In reference to earlier comments he made about the size of Final Fantasy XV, Tabata clarified by stating that the game will be about ten times the size of the Duscae region. Now, the missing piece that fans need to complete the puzzle is the actual size of the Duscae region. Whether Tabata intentionally left out that information or not is unknown.

Final Fantasy XV, formerly known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at an unspecified point in the future. Square Enix does have a release window in mind, though.

The upcoming demo, Episode Duscae, will come packed in with first-run copies of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which releases on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 17th in North America. In the meantime, check out the latest trailer for the demo and screenshots of the game itself.

My Opinion:

You know how some sites have big, upcoming games they cover every month? I’m ready for one of them to cover Final Fantasy XV, because I’m tired of everything about this game being shrouded in mystery and vague statements. Just tell us what we want to hear, Square Enix. I am already excited. Make me more excited.

Matt Middleton is an associate writer for MONG. He is also a lover of Mexican cuisine, How I Met Your Mother, and fun video games. Follow him on Twitter for a daily dose of song lyrics, pictures, and thoughts about the aforementioned food and video games.

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